Two be Four
‘Two be Four’ by Ben Davidson – First Nations Northwest Coast Haida Art presented by DaVic Gallery of Native Canadian Arts.
Condition: No condition noted.
Description by Artist: This design comes from a carved yellow cedar panel that was originally commissioned by a family of four, hence the title of the piece. The eagle helper depicted is a feminine spirit, indicated by the labret positioned under her beak. The two U shapes on either side act as pillars and represent the Mother and the Father. Two feathers coming from the head of the eagle represent the two children. The Eagle Spirit is the guide that watches over the family.
Notes from DaVic Gallery: Last numbered Artist Proof VIII of VIII of sold-out print design. Excellent opportunity for such great sought after design.